Citation about Education:|
George Washington Carver once said:
"Education is the key to unlock
the golden door of freedom."
Carver was born into slavery
in Diamond, Missouri, USA in 1864
Died: Jan. 5, 1943, Tuskegee, AL
This saying of George Washington Carver is still used today.
Freedom cannot be achieved without a solid education.
"Learn to be free" should be an American outcry...
George Washington Carver also said:
I love to think of nature as
an unlimited broadcasting station,
through which God speaks to us
every hour, if we will only tune in.
We want to present you more sayings:
A famous German once answered to the question:
"What would you do when this would be the last day of your life?"
"I would plant a tree!"
Who gave this answer?
Philosophy - -
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